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“I will never accept any money in exchange for my son’s life.” “To those who have been offering money and to those who are still coming, I want to tell you to please leave me alone because my son’s life can never be bought” “All I want is justice” “My son was murdered like a dog,” said Dorah.Even though police were able to hold five suspects responsible for Kabise’s murder, three were arrested immediately, and the remaining two were confirmed. A few months later, they were released on a bail of R300 each, but his family is not yet at peace. Dorah’s father, Mpho Motjekane, said, “It has been a difficult journey, even more so when we have to go to court.” The constant court postponements are also not making the healing process any easier. It is costly and an emotional torment. “We just want justice served,” he said. Meanwhile, Kutlwano’s aunt, Tozi Kasibe, has started a soccer team called Hope Fast Eleven in his honour. The trial case was remanded until February for further investigations.